Clemson Announces Rosters For Tomorrow’s Spring Game

first_imgA general view of Clemson's football stadium during a game.CLEMSON, SC – SEPTEMBER 28: A general view of Memorial Stadium during the game between the Wake Forest Demon Deacons and Clemson Tigers on September 28, 2013 in Clemson, South Carolina. (Photo by Tyler Smith/Getty Images)Tomorrow is Clemson’s annual spring game. Tiger fans can see their beloved defending champions back in action for the first time since they took down Alabama.This morning, Clemson officially announced its rosters for the Orange-White game. The weather is supposed to be beautiful in Death Valley for a 2:30 p.m. ET kickoff.Star sophomore quarterback Trevor Lawrence is on the Orange squad, along with Tee Higgins and Tavien Feaster. Unfortunately, wide receiver Amari Rodgers is out after tearing his ACL during spring practice.The White team is loaded at the skill position spots, with Travis Etienne, Justyn Ross and four-star early enrollee Frank Ladson Jr. Chase Brice and highly-touted freshman Taisun Phommachanh will quarterback for the White unit.Here are the full rosters.An afternoon in Death Valley with a forecast in the mid 70s. Hard to top that 🌸☀️🏈🐅Here’s how we’ll stack the defending National Champions in tomorrow’s Orange 🆚 White Spring Game at 2:30 pm #ALLIN— Clemson Football (@ClemsonFB) April 5, 2019Clemson should enter the 2019 season as the preseason No. 1. The Tigers have won two national titles in the last three seasons.After tomorrow’s spring game, the next big event for the Clemson program will be the NFL Draft in three weeks. The Tigers are slated to have multiple first-round picks.last_img read more

TSX loonie fall Wall Street mixed after oil recovers slightly

TORONTO — The Toronto market posted a nearly triple-digit loss and the loonie stayed flat despite a recovery in the price of oil.The S&P/TSX composite index fell 94.46 points to end the day at 12,695.49, after dropping nearly 227 points on Friday.In New York, the Dow Jones average of 30 stocks rose 103.29 points to close at 17,368.50, the broader S&P 500 index rose 9.57 points to 2,021.94 and the Nasdaq added 18.76 points to 4,952.23.The January crude contract ended the day up 69 cents to US$36.31 a barrel. Oil has plummeted from a high of nearly US$108 a barrel in June 2014 and has fallen even further over the past two weeks as a worldwide supply glut has shown no signs of easing.The February gold contract fell $12.30 to settle at US$1,063.40 per troy ounce and the January contract for natural gas fell 9.6 cents to US$1.894 per 1,000 cubic feet.The loonie ended the day up 0.02 of a cent to 72.79 cents US, after falling below 73 cents U.S. on Friday for the first time since mid-2004. read more